2.Speak: Establish your relationships in the Word.
You get to know God for who He really is when you learn to fellowship with Him and develop a good friendship with Him. Start by speaking these scriptures based on the promises in His Word.
Worrying About Your Children? 10 Scriptural Confessions That Bring Peace
Are you struggling with keeping your peace when it comes to your children? Or do you find yourself constantly fighting thoughts of fear concerning their spiritual, mental, emotional, physical and social well-being? If so, here are 10 scriptures and confessions that will bring you peace and help you remember just how loved you and theyLearn More
Romans 10:9-10 Because if you acknowledge and confess with your lips that Jesus is Lord and in your heart believe (adhere to, trust in, and rely on the truth) that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart a person believes (adheres to, trusts in, and relies on Christ)Learn More
A Confession for Your Relationships
I enjoy sharing random acts of kindness. When I see people in need, I feel compassion toward them. I am not rude, proud, self-seeking or unforgiving. When people hurt me, I am quick to forgive them. I walk in unity with those who are family, friends and co-workers. I have good relationships with others becauseLearn More
A Confession for Your Children
God’s mercy hovers over my child. The covenant I have with God in the blood of Jesus extends to my children (and grandchildren)–covering them completely. Everything God gives to me, He’ll give to my children including peace and protection. I lay hold of God’s plans and promises for my children by faith, and I callLearn More
A Confession for Your Marriage
My marriage is blessed. My spouse and I are led by the Spirit of God. When we pray together in unity, our prayers are powerful and we get results. We make every effort to establish peace and harmony in our home. Together we walk in agreement and are an unstoppable force. If we get angry,Learn More